chillaxin

Love to ride Downhill, Enduro, All-Mountain, Trail, XC

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chillaxin EnduroWorldSeries's article
Mar 25, 2017 at 13:23
Mar 25, 2017
What Tire Pressure Are You Running? – EWS Round 1 – Video
@Racer951: spot on mate... I was thinking the same thing when I heard the varying numbers.
chillaxin urteam's article
Mar 25, 2017 at 12:55
Mar 25, 2017
Helmet Cam Preview With Fab Cousinié - EWS Round 1, Rotorua
Yeah, that brings back memories for sure... I had a chance to race in the inaugural EWS/Crankworxs Rotorua 2 years ago and the tracks was wet, slippery, and brutally demanding... It is very similar to my home riding Hawaii in the winter season so I should have been comfortable but it was still as Fabien expressed, really really tough. Good on ya to all participants and keep the Rubber Side Down
chillaxin pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 25, 2017 at 12:38
Mar 25, 2017
Sam Hill: My Way - Video
@Tmackstab: this is a great question, who can transition to Enduro better XC or DH riders. As a racer that does all three disciplines I would say that at the Pro level the transition will be pretty similar because some tracks will favor skill, power, and precision and some will favor endurance and stamina. That's what make Enduro so exciting, because you never know which track or race will be in your wheelhouse. On the flip side, at the amateur level most DH riders are too lazy to prepare properly and will get hammered by a decent XC rider anytime the trails past 3:00 minutes or have any type long pedal or hill climb. You can make up seconds on the DH sections but possibly minutes on pedal sections.
chillaxin mikelevy's article
Mar 25, 2017 at 12:16
Mar 25, 2017
Alex Rims, Shimano's E-Bike Motor, Miranda XMOD Crankset - Taipei Cycle Show
yeah, I hear you... change and evolution is so scary to this demographic... Everyone should go back to turn dial phones and shut off your computer and go to the library or better yet ride from your house to trail and stop driving there...
chillaxin trekgravitygirl's article
Jan 4, 2017 at 16:57
Jan 4, 2017
After the Fall - Riding the Injury Cycle with Steffi Marth
Absolutely spot on. We know that this sport is extreme regardless of riding level, it's all relative. I was giving a mountain bike tour this past weekend and went down hard in an area that I have ridden dozens of times but riding the same trail at someone else's pace changed my lines and position which caught me off guard, instantly OTB onto boulders. Out of all the contact sports that I have participated in my life (football, boxing, martial arts, etc...) mountain biking has given me the most injuries, yet, I still come back for more. I am sure most of us have stories to share about small and or major injuries, but what matters most is how you come back from every setback that this extreme sport hits you with. If I know the Steffi that spent a summer riding with us, she will come back strong. Aloha Malama Pono Steffi
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Nov 5, 2016 at 3:43
Nov 5, 2016
Selling
Nov 5, 2016 at 3:40
Nov 5, 2016

GT Sanction 1.0

$1600 USD
GT Sanction 1.0 (Top Model), Size Medium, All-mountain/Enduro category bike. Purchased new in late 2013 from GT Bicycles, ridden for 2 season before it was put to the side to finish up schooling. Bike is in mint condition and It is fully loaded with all the top shelf components. MSRP was $4000, asking $1600 firm. Key Bike Features: Frame: Size Medium Fork: Fox Talas Air 160mm travel Rear Shock: Fox DHX 5.0 Air 150mm travel Crankset: Hammerschmidt 2x Internal Gear Drive (24t/38t) Drivetrain: SRAM X9, 9-speed + (24t/38t) Hammerschmidt

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Nov 5, 2016 at 3:23
Nov 5, 2016
Selling
Nov 5, 2016 at 3:20
Nov 5, 2016

Banshee Legend

$800 USD
Banshee Legend, Size Medium, Frame is in immaculate condition (In like new condition) Category = DH with dual crown fork or big hit enduro bike with single crown fork. A friend of mine owned a bike shop and purchased this new in late 2013 from Banshee Bicycles, It was hardly ridden due to having a bunch of other bikes. In addition, it has a Avalanche tuned rear shock with a Progressive rear spring (#350), SDG I-beam seat post & clamp, Cane Creek flush headset, 150x12 thru axle, and titanium pivot hardware. Frame-set MSRP was over $1800, asking $800 firm, buyer pays shipping. Key Frame Features: Frame: Size Medium, Like new condition Rear Shock: Avalanche w/ Progressive spring (8 inch travel) Wheel Size: Standard DH 26" Other Parts: SDG seat post & clamp, Cane Creek headset, 150x12 axle, Titanium pivot hardware

chillaxin RichardCunningham's article
Sep 30, 2016 at 16:01
Sep 30, 2016
History and Deception - Opinion
@DJ-24: Thanks mate, keep the rubber side down and have fun...
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